Palazzo Zampaglione B&B

Via Pasquale Berrilli 10, Avellino, Campania, 83045, Italy | B&B
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This B&B is located on Via Pasquale Berrilli 10, Avellino.
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    Fragment Hikes: Avellino

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 16, 2038

    38 photos

    ... so I can feel that I’ve finished exploring at least one region here in Italy (Although I strongly suspect I’m going to be back here to explore it some more—maybe even hike to the other two provinces!) So today, I’m going to catch the bus to Avellino and Benevento, the two less populated provinces up into the hills. The only problem: today is January 6, another holiday which disrupts the regular bus and train schedule. This has been kind ...

    First Night Seeing the Family

    A travel blog entry by mjvardaro on May 30, 2014

    4 photos

    Woke up to another beautiful day in Sorrento. We had our check out pushed back until 2pm so we had some more time to enjoy the pool and sun on the top floor. We headed to the top floor and ate some bread, fruit and cheese and drank some wine. We stayed about two hours at the pool taking in the view and the sun for one last time before we left for Manocalzati. We checked out of the hotel and had time to eat lunch in downtown Sorrento and shop ...

    Mingling with the Italian Farmers

    A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on May 09, 2014

    6 photos

    ... to ensure it produces safe and quality food. It was fantastic for me to be able to join this audit and see what Gary was assessing and how the audit was carried out. I learnt so much from listening to his questions and his explanations, and was grateful for the opportunity to be there. I was also invited out to dinner with everyone in the evening at an amazing restaurant, Marenna, which was above a wine cellar in the mountains in Avellino. The food was delicious and just ...

    Wheat glorious wheat!

    A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on May 01, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of the product produced through milling their own semolina, creating a very high quality pasta. They also do this through the Grano Armando project. A problem the Italian pasta production is facing is that there is an insufficient amount of Italian wheat being produced. This means that wheat and semolina are bought from other countries and so the product is not 100% Italian, costs more and increases the carbon footprint. As Italy is alot smaller than America, ...

    Pasta making is no fusilli business

    A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Apr 19, 2014

    11 photos

    ... is ready to be milled. The mill is seven stories high and is automated with lots of very cool machinery in it which cleans the grain by removing any foreign bodies and seeds, conditions the grain by adding water to soften the grain for milling, and then grinding it into its separate components. The outcome can be seen in the photograph, and any components that are of no use in pasta making are sold for animal feed. The semolina is then stored in silos until needed for ...